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Three No Longer Employed As Ferguson City Officials Following DOJ Report
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(FERGUSON, Mo.) — A Ferguson official was fired and two others have resigned in the wake of a Department of Justice report that highlighted a series of inappropriate messages sent by city employees. According to a spokesman for the city, Court Clerk Mary ...
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Holder says would break up Ferguson police if 'necessary'Reuters
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Charlotte Observer

Defiant Sen. Menendez declares, "I am not going anywhere"
Fox News
A defiant Sen. Robert Menendez declared, “I am not going anywhere,” Friday night amid reports the Justice Department is preparing to charge the New Jersey Democrat with corruption counts over allegations he used his office to help a Democratic donor.
Sen. Robert Menendez, likely to face corruption charges, denies wrongdoingLos Angeles Times
AP Source: Federal charges expected against Sen. MenendezCharlotte Observer
New Jersey Sen. Menendez to face corruption charges: reportNew York Daily News -New York Times
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Sacramento Bee

Bush finds Hillary Clinton's e-mail practice 'baffling'
Washington Post
Presumptive GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush said Friday that he found it “baffling” that Hillary Rodham Clinton used a private e-mail server while secretary of state, a practice that has prompted sharp criticism of Clinton in recent days. Bush — who could ...
Ex-Cabinet Official Donna Shalala to Lead Clinton FoundationABC News
White House defers questions on Hillary Clinton's private email useLos Angeles Times
Email servers like Clinton's are not easyThe Detroit News
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Fox News

Civil rights groups ask judge to order gay-marriage licenses in Alabama
Fox News
Feb. 9, 2015: Shay French, right, and Kiera Willis, both of Mobile, Ala., embrace after learning that Mobile County probate judge Don Davis refused to issue marriage licenses at the Mobile County Probate office. (AP). MOBILE, Ala. – A group of civil rights ...
Federal Court in Alabama Is Asked to Clear Way for Same-Sex MarriagesNew York Times
Obama administration formally supports nationwide gay marriageCNN
Groups Ask Judge to Order Gay-Marriage Licenses in AlabamaABC News
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Americans Spring Into Daylight Saving Time While Others Hold Back
Most Americans will lose an hour of sleep on Sunday, due to the start of daylight saving time. They'll also temporarily fall out of sync with much of the rest of the world. Why? For the sake of saving energy. Daylight saving time goes into effect for the United ...
It's time to spring forward.....but why?WMC Action News 5
Healthy Sleeping Habits for Daylight Saving TimeWCTV
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Los Angeles Times

CIA to create a digital spy division
Los Angeles Times
After more than a decade of hunting terrorists, stopping plots and scrambling from crisis to crisis, the CIA has concluded it has been outflanked and outwitted on a critical front: digital tradecraft. On Friday, the CIA acknowledged that it was time to move into the ...
Director John Brennan says CIA overhaul would close spy gaps, boost computer ...Minneapolis Star Tribune
CIA focuses on cybercrime in massive overhaulPress Herald
The CIA will reorganize to increase its focus on cybersecurityThe Verge
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Charlotte Observer

Obama slams Ferguson bias, but says it's not 'typical'
President Obama said Friday that the federal investigation of Ferguson, Mo., revealed a police department "systematically biased against African Americans in that city." But he also said he doesn't believe Ferguson is typical of most police departments.
POTUS visits Benedict, addresses life after collegeWMBF
Obama: Ferguson 'clearly a broken and racially biased system'Washington Post (blog)

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Los Angeles Times

Seattle missionary kidnapped in Nigeria is released
Los Angeles Times
A Seattle missionary who was kidnapped in Nigeria two weeks ago has been released, according to a statement by her church and news reports. lRelated U.S. missionary Phyllis Sortor, kidnapped in Nigeria, spoke of faith · Africa · U.S. missionary Phyllis ...
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Dispatches from the Selma 50th Anniversary Jubilee
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The Rev. Dr. William Barber II, North Carolina NAACP, preaching about poverty from the pulpit at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Ala., part of the 50th anniversary Bridge Crossing Jubilee.
Selma 50th Anniversary: Youngest Marcher on Edmund Pettus Bridge
Chicagoans head south to re-enact Selma marchWLS-TV
North of Selma, black leaders 'fighting the same battle'Washington Post
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New York Post

Robust jobs report pressures Yellen to raise interest rates
New York Post
The strong jobs report was good news for Main Street — and bad news for Wall Street. The US economy extended a healthy streak of hiring in February by adding 295,000 jobs. The unemployment rate fell to 5.5 percent, the lowest since 2008. It also brought ...
After a Bounce, Wage Growth Slumps to 0.1%New York Times
U.S. added 295000 jobs in FebruarySan Antonio Express-News
Why 5.5 Percent Unemployment Isn't as Great as It SeemsABC News
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